...As taught in the public education system when I was young, grammar was not emphasized. (I'm afraid it is dealt with even less seriously now.)
My grammar training really began when I started studying a foreign language. It was through French that I learned in a systematic way about person, the ... (read more)
...I fell in love with public speaking when I heard Luther King Jr.'s "I have a Dream" speech in 7th grade. My first foray into public speaking was at UCSD. I was an active member of the mock trial team for two years and played the role of an attorney in mock criminal cases. (read more)
...Study skills required for success in learning include organization, time management, establishing study habits, keeping motivation high, transforming negative mindsets, attitudes and beliefs, and behavior modification. These skills are developed in a step-by-step manner with constant monitoring ... (read more)
...As a result, I have spent hundreds of hours teaching these concepts to dozens and dozens of children. The children range in age from pre-K students of 3 to 4 to grammar school students of 9 to 10 years old. As a Kumon Instructor for 11 years, I taught every aspect of Math and English. (read more)
...There are several methods of reading and some of them are:
a. Subvocalized reading – combines sight reading with internal sounding of the words.
b. Speed reading – a collection of methods for increasing reading speed without reduction in comprehension or retention.
c. (read more)